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    Washington’s Experiment on Ukraine Proves Costly for Ukrainians
    Feb28

    Washington’s Experiment on Ukraine Proves Costly for Ukrainians

    TEHRAN (FNA)- The Maidan coup turned out to be US policymakers’ ‘most adventurous power assertion’ of the post-Cold War period, costing Ukraine its political stability, economic well-being, and tens of thousands of lives, writes Salon foreign affairs contributor Patrick L. Smith; at the same time, the journalist says,...

    Russian opposition pays respects to slain Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov
    Feb27

    Russian opposition pays respects to slain Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov

    Moscow // Thousands of Russians on Saturday honoured the memory of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, who was gunned down near the Kremlin a year earlier in the most high-profile assassination of Vladimir Putin’s rule.Anti-Kremlin activists urged ordinary Russians to join them on a memorial march through central Moscow, with other...

    Moldova in Crisis as Corruption Threatens Stability
    Feb27

    Moldova in Crisis as Corruption Threatens Stability

    A financial crisis in Moldova has exposed deep-rooted corruption that is boosting pro-Russia parties and threatening Moldova’s stability. Monthslong protests around government buildings have raised comparisons with the uprising in neighboring Ukraine. Meanwhile, Western backers are withholding financial support until the government makes...

    Russians march in memory of slain Kremlin critic
    Feb27

    Russians march in memory of slain Kremlin critic

    Boris Nemtsov was shot days before he was to release report on alleged Russian military involvement in Ukraine conflict …read more Source: AL...

    Don’t Miss the Film About a Great African-American Amid This Year’s Oscars so White
    Feb27

    Don’t Miss the Film About a Great African-American Amid This Year’s Oscars so White

    ‘What Happened, Miss Simone?,’ a documentary about the legendary singer, songwriter and civil rights activist Nina Simone, was nominated for an Academy Award this year. As a performer, Nina Simone was known for her soulful vocals and carefree musical style, which captured audiences and attracted life-long fans, such as Langston...

    Letter To Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Calling For The Release Of Artist Atena Farghadani
    Feb27

    Letter To Iranian President Hassan Rouhani Calling For The Release Of Artist Atena Farghadani

    Forty NGO’s and more than 75 international cartoonists call for leniency for Iranian cartoonist wrongfully jailed February 22, 2016 President Hassan Rouhani Pasteur Street, Pasteur Square Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran Your Excellency, Our organization, along with the undersigned organizations and individuals, are happy to learn that as a...

    Russians chant ‘Putin get out’ during marches in honour of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov
    Feb27

    Russians chant ‘Putin get out’ during marches in honour of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov

    © AFP Kirill KudryavtsevMoscow (AFP) – Thousands of Russians marched through central Moscow on Saturday in memory of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov who was gunned down near the Kremlin a year ago in the highest-profile assassination of Vladimir Putin’s rule. On a bright sunny afternoon opposition supporters thronged the streets...

    British anti-EU leader to support Dutch referendum
    Feb27

    British anti-EU leader to support Dutch referendum

    Nigel Farage, leader of the British anti-EU party UKip, will visit the Netherlands in April, two days before the Dutch referendum on the EU’s treaty of association with Ukraine. …read more Source: World...

    Stunning Photos Of Norway’s Reindeer Hide A Radioactive Secret
    Feb27

    Stunning Photos Of Norway’s Reindeer Hide A Radioactive Secret

    Nearly three decades have passed since the devastating meltdown at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Pripyat, Ukraine. Yet, all these years later the fallout from the disaster continues to have a detrimental environmental effect.The deadly 1986 explosion at Chernobyl resulted in a mass evacuation and the relocation of hundreds of thousands of...

    Putin says ‘foreign enemies’ seek to disrupt Russian elections
    Feb27

    Putin says ‘foreign enemies’ seek to disrupt Russian elections

    President Vladimir Putin warned on Friday that foreign enemies were seeking to disrupt upcoming parliamentary elections and ordered Russia’s security service to be vigilant.In September, the country will hold parliamentary elections but Russian authorities fear foreign agents will be seeking to manipulate the poll to the detriment of the...